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Who Are You

Second time of seeing The Who, with Kenny Jones replacing Keith Moon, was at Stafford Bingley Hall, 17 Nov missed the last train from Stafford to Bath had to sleep rough till the milk train arrived. The concert was brilliant.

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Image detail for -THE WHO - union jack peace poster / print - Europosters

Pete Townshend, The Who's Guitarist Through The Years - Who I Am Autobiography

Pete Townshend, The Who's Guitarist Through The Years

Jimi Hendrix with The Who (Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Keith Moon) - All the legends a once

The drum set -- Keith Moon - of The Who

Keith Moon

Some crazy Keith Moon pictures!Wallpaper and background photos of Keith Moon for fans of The Who images.

August 31, 1967   The Who played at Cleveland Public Hall, as warm up band for Herman's Hermits.   Their requisite instrument smashing ritual closed their performance.

The Who Poster, Bullseye, Rock Music, Legendary Band

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Classic Rock Posters | that classic rock poster of Pete Townshend blasting away on guitar

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The Who - Live At Leeds - 1970 Promotional poster (Actually an adaptation of the early Marquee CLub gigs poster art)

"I'd gladly lose me to find you. I'd gladly give up all I have. To find you, I'd suffer anything and be glad. I'd pay any price just to get you. I'll work all my life and I will. To win you, I'd stand naked, stoned and stabbed. I call that a bargain, the best I ever had. The best I ever had,"-the Who

Is Kind of Blue one of the All-TIME 100 Best Albums?

Behind Blue Eyes is a song by the English rock band The Who. Lyrics: No one knows what it's like to be the bad man To be the sad man behind blue eyes No one .

Quadrophenia by The Who (1973) | Community Post: 42 Classic Black And White Album Covers

42 Classic Black And White Album Covers

Many people even years later still find that their favorite music is that which they listened to in their teenage or college years, and the same is mostly true in my case. As well as the music of my youth, which is partly "Pop" but mostly what is.

Mods with clean-cut fashions an bands or British bands influenced by them, such as the Small Faces and the Who: the three-button, 14” bottom, mohair suit, fishtail parkas, Fred Perry polos, Hush Puppies, a Vespa with 20 or ...

The 10 best British youth cultures

Moon loon 1968.  Crazy but one of the best drummers...ever.                                             …

"I was a rust repairer and a full-time survivor. I survived all the major earthquakes, and the Titanic, and several air crashes." -Keith Moon (On his previous jobs) (Source: rocknrollicons)

100 Greatest Guitarists: Pete Townshend | Rolling Stone - (The Who, Deep End, Pete Townshend)

100 Greatest Guitarists

Peter Dennis Blandford ('Pete') Townshend (Chiswick, Londen, 19 mei 1945) is een Engelse rockgitarist, -zanger, -songwriter en -componist die vooral bekend is door zijn rol als gitarist en belangrijkste songwriter van de Britse rockband The Who.

50 years of Dr Martens

Peter Dennis Blandford ('Pete') Townshend (Chiswick, London, 19 May is an English rock guitarist, singer, songwriter and composer who is best known for his role as guitarist and main songwriter of the British rock band The Who.

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David Bowie Celebrates 66th Birthday With New Single

1973 Album cover shoot for Aladdin Sane, photographed by Brian Duffy. The lightning bolt represented the duality of the mind, although Bowie later explained that the "lad insane" of the album's title track was inspired by his brother Terry, who was diagno

Pete Townshend destroyed guitars almost as much as he played them in the mid- and late 1960s, smashing his Rickenbackers and Strats in frenzies of ritual murder at the end of the Who's stage shows.

100 Greatest Guitarists: David Fricke's Picks

Concert & Live: Pete Townshend - Who By Numbers Demo Tape, 1975

Pete Townshend's #5 Gibson Les Paul  For years the Who's guitarist kept an array of modified Les Pauls on stage, numbering them 1-9 so they could each be tuned accordingly. The wine red #5, seen in the film The Kids Are Alright, is probably the most famous of the bunch.

20 Iconic Guitars

For years Pete Townshend kept an array of modified Les Pauls on stage, numbering them so they could each be tuned accordingly. The wine red seen in the film The Kids Are Alright, is probably the most famous of the bunch.

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